Fleuron de Liot St-Estèphe 2015
This blend of Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon from Bordeaux’s left bank is dense and meaty, with notes of plum, licorice, cedar and spice. Decant for an hour, and serve with marinated flank steak.
Desvignes Givry 2017
This rugged, hearty Pinot Noir is a perfect bistro-style red, with notes of wild cherries, earth, and mushrooms. Serve with a well-seasoned skirt steak or grilled sirloin tips.
Bouquey St-Emilion Grand Cru 2015
This Merlot-based red from Bordeaux’s right bank is drinking beautifully today, with smooth tannins, subtle earthiness, and notes of woods and spice. Serve with filet mignon or tenderloin.
Ravaut Côte-de-Nuits-Villages 2017
This everyday Pinot Noir shows far more Burgundian elegance than its origin suggests. Look for notes of violets, raspberry, minerals, and toast; serve with NY strip steaks.